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The role of HIV-DNA testing in clinical practice
The New Microbiologica
HIV-1 RNA levels and CD4+T lymphocyte counts are currently the standard markers used in clinical practice for the management of HIV infection. Nowadays it is also possible to monitor the evolution of HIV infection by measuring HIV-DNA. This measurement is a useful new clinical marker mainly been used to date in experimental evaluations. HIV-DNA can be detected in lymphoid tissues and in PBMC even during powerful and prolonged antiretroviral therapy. Understanding the HIV-DNA marker, togetherpmid:20402409 fatcat:4l5teel43jewriavpptu6l3yfe